Radioactive waste delivered to European Parliament

Greenpeace activists and radiation specialists deliver radioactive waste to the door of the European Union Parliament building to remind MEPs in their last plenary session before considering a new nuclear waste law that there is no solution to nuclear waste. The nuclear waste, secured in two concrete and lead-lined containers, was collected from unsecured public locations (Sellafield beach in the UK; the seabed at la Hague in France; the banks of the Molse Nete River in Belgium; and from the uranium mining village of Akokan in Niger).

Greenpeace activists are handcuffed together and wear a sign reading "Nuclear Waste No Solution" and "Radioactive Waste from Niger" in front of the European Union Parliament building.